Guadalupe Gonzalez

Dr. Gonzalez is a Panamanian scientist, a graduate of the Technological University of Panama, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Electromechanical Engineering and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas A & M in the United States.

Since 2011, she has been an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Panama Technological University (UTP), where she is also co-director of the Advanced Energy Technology and Sustainability Research Program. In addition to her work at UTP, Dr. Gonzalez is a member of scientific associations such as the Panamanian Association for the Advancement of Science (APANAC), Sigma Xi Research Society and the IEEE where she is a senior and volunteered in various positions within the IEEE Panama Section. She is also a member of the Society of Energy (PES) and Women in Engineering (WIE).

In 2016 she received the IEEE MGA Award and the IEEE Manuel Lopez Spla Award for her contributions to the IEEE in Latin America and Panama.
In 2017, Dr. Gonzalez co-founded ADENAS, a Panamanian company dedicated to the provision of consulting services, based on advanced engineering solutions.
Her areas of interest include: energy planning, smart cities, sustainable engineering, electrical machine design and control, power electronics, renewable energy systems and energy systems modeling .
Currently, she conducts studies on the modeling of the physical properties of biological materials. Dr. González has published several articles in indexed journals and conference proceedings at the national and regional levels.

Doctorant en génie électrique


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